Every object appears in the color of those wavelength that it reflects the strongest. The human eye is barely able to perceive small differences of same colors. They can occur due to different color compositions (fig. 1). Our ColorMatching systems can simulate all daylight situations. The color control optics (CCO) are controlled by digital signals and the optimal assessment light is set.
The main reflected wavelengths in light waves that are used for lighting are reduced depending on the assessment share. This causes color differences that are otherwise covered over to become well visible. Consequence: Color errors and color differences between different workpieces or materials become clearly visible (fig. 2).